Contact

Cameray is implementing social distancing. Due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak and in response to recommendations from the Provincial Health Office, all Cameray staff will be working predominantly from home until further notice. Our priority is to keep our families and staff safe.  Staff are checking emails and voicemails regularly, although it may take slightly longer than usual to get back to you. We are also accepting new referrals and are providing services via telephone, video, and online. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time.

Please note that, due to COVID restrictions, our office hours are limited and may change without notice when staff are ill.  If you are making an unscheduled visit to the office, we encourage you to call our admin desk at 604-436-9449 Ext 0 before heading over.

Administration/Program Office
#102 – 5623 Imperial Street
Burnaby BC V5J 1G1
Email: admin@cameray.ca
Phone: 604-436-9449
Fax: 604-436-1990

Counselling Office
#203 – 5623 Imperial Street
Burnaby BC V5J 1G1
Email: info@cameray.ca
Phone: 604-436-9449
Fax: 604-436-1990

 

Hours of Operation
Monday 9 AM – 7 PM
Tuesday 9 AM – 7 PM
Wednesday 9 AM – 7 PM
Thursday 9 AM – 7 PM
Friday 9 AM – 4 PM
Saturday – CLOSED
Sunday – CLOSED

 

**Our office is WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE

 

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Texas Hold’em online
Texas Hold’em is currently the best known and most popular form of online poker in casinos at https://casinosworld.ca/. Like most forms of poker, Texas Hold’em uses a standard 52 card deck, which is shuffled before each hand.

 

Each player starts the game with two holes. This is followed by three rounds of play, in which the cards are dealt. They are dealt face up and each player can use them. After each round there is a suggestion.

The best five-card hand wins by using any combination of five total cards and two holes.

Blinds
Each Hold’em Brochure starts with two blinds. Blinds are placed by two players before the cards are dealt, to encourage players to get active. If there is nothing to fight for, the first player will have no reason to bet. The dealer’s position is indicated by a circle called the “Dealer Button” or simply “Button”. This is the position from which the dealer would deal cards if he were one of the players at the table. Until the cards are dealt, the player to the left of the Button Club places half (usually) of the required bet for that game. This player’s bet is called the ‘small blind’. The player to the left of the Small Blind chips puts the minimum bet for the game. This bet is called the Big Blind.